Thursday, 24 March 2011

WEC11 Day 10

We are in 17th place and have rowed over two million metres.
What pre and post work-out food are you consuming throughout the challenge?
I have recently got into making home-made burgers in big batches so I can enjoy a couple with bacon, avocado and a huge salad after my row - yum, yum.

Day 10 = 36 team mates = 17/217 teams = 2,006,229 metres = top 7%

8 comments:

  1. I'm afraid I won't be posting any metres until at least next Monday as I'm doing a long distance paddle at the weekend, 26 miles Saturday and 26 on Sunday and I'll need to conserve my energy tomorrow.
    Keep up the good work everyone!

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  2. Considering I generally row quite early in the morning, pre workout is coffee. Post workout is coffee as well.

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  3. As it's generally lunchtime for my row, a couple of hours before it's banana, sport drink and pint of berrocca (tm)...

    Post-row, anything not tied down!!

    Mark started us on dextrose tabs 5 mins before row today - seemed to make it easier!!

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  4. This evening a toasted muffin with gentlemens relish and a banana, washed down with a cold beer.

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  5. Hi Gordon,
    Good to hear from you. I noticed when Chris and I were at the WIRC that you had signed up to participate. What happened? It would have been great to see you.
    Caroline

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  6. Del,
    Thanks for all the metres and good luck with your Dragon-boating this weekend. It sounds like it's going to be a hard core few days. Let us know how the results.

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  7. Hi Caroline,
    We did a 2 day 60 mile paddle from Bristol to Bradford-on-Avon and back. We are all in pieces now, with blisters on various parts of our bodies, and aching limbs. But also elated for completing the task.
    I need a day off the erg on Monday so I'll be back posting my metres on Tuesday.
    Keep up the good work everyone,
    Del

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  8. Caroline,

    I didn't realise it was also the kid's half-term so we went skiing instead! Skiing trumps rowing.

    It was a shame since I had put in some training and got down to 7'10"

    Cheers!

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